Earthlink To Offer Treo 650 At OfficeMax
Jun 7, 2005, 3:46 PM by (staff)
Earthlink Wireless will begin selling the Treo 650 through the OfficeMax website and stores later this month. The MVNO sells the Sprint version of the smartphone for $449 after rebate. Earthlink Wireless already offers the Treo through their own website, however a physical retail presence should help boost recognition and sales. Increased recognition and retail shelf space are seen as necessary element in the success of SK Earthlink, the recently launched joint venture which will expand Earthlink's MVNO to include feature-laden handsets and accompanying services from South Korea.
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Earthlink Wireless Treo 650 ?'s
Earthlink Wireless's service is fairly new though, so does anyone out there have experience with their coverage, customer service, etc.?
As an MVNO, Earthlink Wireless piggybacks off other wireless providers. Believe I read that they use both Sprint and Verizon Wireless. Is that the case? Is one of them their "dominant" carrier? I'd like to think if I got the Earthlink service that I'd be spending most of my life on Verizon's network as opposed to Sprint's. Unfortunately in my area (Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia), Verizon does NOT have a presence (just to the south and east of us tho...
"Unfortunately in my area (Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia), Verizon does NOT have a presence (just to the south and east of us though). USCC and Sprint are the only CDMA games in town and I shudder at the thought of being predom...